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THE 

STAGE COACH 

1936 



Yearbook of the Students 

SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL 
AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



Copyright 
1936 

ADELAIDE PARIS WINSLOW 
Editor 

MARGARET RIDLEY LONG 
Business Manager 



Presses of 

Edwards & Broughton Company 

Raleigh, N, C. 




DEDICATED TO 



ELIZABETH GORDON TUCKER 

An understanding friend and helpful adviser 

to all 

Saint Mary's girls 



PROLOGUE 

Out of the mist of many years 
These slender figures come. 
Gay they were as you and I, 
Gay and happy and young 

These same walls heard their laughter; 
These same walls saw their tears; 
And within embody traditions 
Whose worth increases with passing years 




MRS ERNEST CRUIKSHANK 
Principal 



THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

THE BISHOPS 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Pexick, D.D.. Chairman Raleigh, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Thos. C. Darst, D.D.. Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Kirkman G. Fixlav, D.l) Columbia, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Robert E. Gribbex, D.D Asheville, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas, D.D Charleston, S. C. 

CLERICAL AND LAY TRUSTEES 

Diocese of North Carolina 

Until 1936 Until 1939 

Mr. Graham H. Andrews. . . .Raleigh Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr., Raleigh 

Mr. Richard H. Lewis Oxford Judge Geo. W. Coxxor Raleigh 

Miss Easdale Shaw. . . .Rockingham Hox. J. J. Parker Charlotte 

Mrs. W. D. Tov Chapel Hill Mrs. F. S. Spruill Rocky Mount 

Diocese of East Carolina 

Until 1937 Until 1938 

Rev. J. B. Gibble Wilmington Rev. Geo. S. Gresham. . . .Goldsboro 

Mr. Geo. C. Rovall Goldsboro Mrs. J. Laurence Spruxt, Wilmington 

Diocese of Western North Carolina 
Until 1936 Until 1937 

Mr. Geo. H. Holmes Trvon Rev. W.m. C. Cravxer Biltmore 

Rev. B. M. Lackey Lenoir Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson, . . .Franklin 

Diocese of South Carolina 
Until 1938 Until 1938 

Mr. B. Allstox Moore. .Charleston Rev. \V. S. Povxeh Florence 

Dr. F. R. Lucas Florence Rev. William Way, D.D., Charleston 

Diocese of Upper South Carolina 

Until 1938 Until 1938 

Mr. L. A. Emersox Columbia Rev. William Johnson Aiken 

Mr. W. B. Moore, Sr York Rev. T. T. Walsh, D.D.. .Walterboro 

Executive Committee 
Rt. Rev. Edwix A. Penick, D.D.. Chairman 
Mr. Graham H. Axdrews Mr. Richard H. Lewis 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr. Mr. B. Allisox Moore 

Judge Geo. W. Coxxor Mr. Geo. C. Rovall 

Miis. W. D. Tov 

Secretary of the Board of Trustees 
Mr. Alfred L. Purrixgtox, Jr Raleigh, N. C. 

Treasurer of the Board of Trustees 
Mr. Albert W. Tucker Raleigh, N. C. 




THE RT. REV. EDWIN A PENICK 



FACULTY AND OFFICERS 1935-1936 

Mrs. Ernest Cruikshank, B.S Principal 

The Rev. Henry F. Kloman Chaplain 

Mr. Albert W. Tucker, S.B Secretary and Business Manager 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT 

Susan Reavis Cooke, Ph.B English and History 

Sally Digges, A.M English 

Mary Helen Dodd, A.M Chemistry and German 

Louise Aiken Egleston. M.A English and History 

William C. Guess, M.A History and Social Sciences 

Olga Dodds Hodges Physical Education 

Marjorie J. Lalor, A.B Biology and Hygiene 

Annie Ruth Lineberry, MA Mathematics 

Charles Albert Petigru Moore, A.B English 

Mabel Margaret Morrison, Ph.D Latin and Philosophy 

Lora E. Simbolotti Spanish and French 

Barbara Janet Tash Physical Education 

Mary Lydia Weise, M.A French 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS 

Caroline Estelle Harris. Bachelor of Design Irt and History of Art 

Lizzie H. Lee Stenography and Typewriting 

Elizabeth Gordon Tucker Bookkeeping 

Florence C. Davis, B.O Expression, Dramatic Art 

Elizabeth Bason, A.M Domestic Science, Domestic Art 

William H. Jones, A.A.G.O., A.B Piano, Organ, Voice, Theory 

Charlotte Elizabeth Armstrong Violin 

Mrs. Frank Nash Librarian 

Pressley Walsh Assistant librarian 

ADDITIONAL OFFICERS 

Mrs. Nannie Marriott Dietitian 

Bessie Brown issistant Housekeeper 

Mrs. L. B. Naylor, R.N Matron of the Infirmary 

Dr. H. B. Haywood, Jr School Physician 

Alice Alexander, A.B Humnae Secretary 

Juliet B. Sutton Secretary 

Mary Lewis Sasser Secretary 

Mrs. Alice Bynum Cothran Secretary 

Frances Vann Assistant Secretary 







FACULTY AND OFFICERS 



To the faculty and officers of Saint Mary's School we wish to 
express our gratitude and appreciation for the help and guidance 
they have kindly given us throughout the year. Their friendship and 
cooperation will long he treasured by the Class of '36. 




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SENIOR POEM 

With the flight of the .swallow 

We glimpse the silver-streaked dawn 

That heralds the approach of sun-lit years 

Whose light reflects vistas of well-trod paths: 

Paths of hope and happiness. 

Paths of ambition and attainment. 

Perhaps of sorrow, 

lint surely of beauty and of grandeur. 

As we stand momentarily in the shadows of the new day 

To look back. 

We sigh a little for the years that are past, 

lint not for long — 

Before us lies the knowledge of the centuries, 

A way of adventure. 

The fever of fresh thought. 

And the seething energy to build anew 

The fervent castles of ourselves. 

Mary Richardson. 



1U 



SCOGGIN 



EASLEY 

LONG 




STUDENT OFFICERS 

Axx Palmer Scoggix 

"Tabani" 

Warrenton, X. C. 

Able, Poised, Sincere 

President Student Body '36: Sigma Lambda '35-'36; Altai- 
Guild '35-'36, Marshal '35; Honor Council '36: Granddaughter's 
Club '36; French Club '36: Social Committee '36: Glee Club 
'36; Political Science Cub '36; Mn: May Court '36 



Polly Easlly 

Rocky Mount, X. t'. 

Pretty, Engaging 

President Senior Class '36: Deu'scher Vcrein '35-'36. Vice 
President '36; Dramatic Club '35-'36, Secretary '35; E. A. P. 
'35-'36; Sigma Varsity Basketball '35; Altar Guild '35-'36; 
Vice President Junior Cass '35; Stage Coach Staff '35-36; 
Bulletin Staff '35-'36; Honor Council '36; Marshal '35; Social 
Committee '36; Last Will and Testament '36; Sigma; May 
Court '36. 



Ruth Masdx Lojjg 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Radiant. Mystical, Laudable 

Day Student Council '35-'36. Secretary '35, President '36; 
Dramatic Club '36: French Cub '36; Spanish Club '36; 
E. A. P. '36: Granddaughter's Club '36; Last Will and Testa- 
ment '36; Maid of Honor. May Court '36: Sigma 




BAILEY 
BARROW 



BROUGHTON 
BRYAN 



Frances Bailey 

La Grange Illinois 

Friendly, Benevolent 

ence Club '36; Clioir 



Deutschcr Verein '3.V36; Political 
'35'36; Altar Guild '35-'36; Sigma. 



Eloise Brady Broughtox 

Hertford. X. C. 

Easy-going, Balmy, Benign 

Editor Blue Book '36; Dramatic Club '34-'35-'36; Deutscher 
Yerein '35'36; Political Science Club '36; Little Store Official 
'36; Jin. 



Mary Rebecca Barrow 

"Mary Becka" 

Zebulon, N. C. 

Merry, Riotous, Babbling 

Sisnia Lambda '35-'36; Altar Guild '36; French Club '36; 
Political Science Club '36: Bulletin Slap '36; Stage Coach 
Staff '36; Cheer Leader Mu '3.V36; Glee Club. '36; llu, Class 
Prophet '36; Basketball Varsity '36; Letter Club '36. 



Louise Barlow Bryan 

Tarboro, X. C. 

Lively. Busy, Brink 

Mil President '36; Honor Council '36; Altar Guild '35-'36 
Political Science Club '36; Crucifer '36; Hockey Varsity '36 
Basketball Varsity '35-36; Volley Ball '35; French Club '36 
Letter Club '35-'36. 



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CHESHIRE 
COLEMAN 



DAN DO 
FARMER 




Alice Calder Cheshire 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Amiable, Conscientious, Calm 

Deutsche? Verein '35.'36; Letter Club '35-'36; Hockey Varsity 
'35-'36; Vice President Day Students '36; Basketball Varsity 
'36; Mu. 



Georgixa Dasdo 

"Georgie" 

Beaver, Pennsylvania 

Gay, Diplomatic 

Editor Bulletin '36; Bulletin Staff '3.V36: Stam; Coach '36; 
Political Science Club '36; Sigma Lambda '36; Deutscher Verein 
'35-'36, Secretary '36; Altar Guild '36; Secretary Student 
Body '36; Glee Club '36; Sigma; Class Prophet '36; Honor 
Council '36. 



M UlliARET El.EAMilt COLESIAJt 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Methodical. Efficient , Considerate 
n,h Club '36; Vice President French Club '36; Sigma. 



.Martha Ann Farmer 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Modest, Accomplished , Facile 

Deutsche!' Verein '3o-'36, Secretary '35; Granddaughter's 
Club '36; Day Student Vice President Senior Class '36; Day 
Student Treasurer '36; French Club '36; Mu; May Court '36. 



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GREEN 
GRIBBIN 



HALL 
HARRIS 



Mary West Greex 

"Green" 

Wilmington, X. C. 

Mischievous, Witty, Garrulous 



I "I atnali 
ili; Altai 



Frem 



cluli '36; Political Science Club 
iddaughtcr's Club '36; Sigma. 



Sarah Bellabiy Ham. 

Scotland Neck, X. C. 

Sincere, Brainy, Helpful 

Sigma Lambda '35-'36; Choir '35-'36; Altar Guild '35-'36, 
\ ice President '36; French Club '36; Secretary-Treasurer Senior 
Class '36; Glee Club '36; Granddaughter's Club '36; Class 
History '36; Mu. 



JOSEFIIIXE ManiGAVLT GrIBBIN 

"Jo" 

Asheville, X. C, 

Jocund, Modest, Gracious 

Sistma Lambda '35'36. President '36; Vice President Student 
Body 35; Marshal '35; Letter Club '35'36; Hockev Varsity '35; 
A tar Guild '3o-'36. Vice President '35; Political Science 
Club 36; Sisma; May Court '36. 



Barbara Jaxe Harris 

"Baby-duck" 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Baffling, Jaunty, Hilarious 

Dramatic Club '35; Deutscher Verein '35-'36; Political Science 
Club '36; Mu. 



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HEWITT 
HORNE 



HUNDLEY 
IVEY 




Edxa Marie Hewitt 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Enjoyable, Mirthful, Happy 

French Club '36; 



Political Science Clulj '3 
Dramatic Club '35-'36; Mu. 



Pei.a Plumjikr Hvxdlev 

"Bo-Peep" 

Newport News, Va. 

Perky, Pleasant, Hearty 

Letter Club '35-'36; Vice President Mil's '36: Political Science 
Club '36; French Club '36; Altar Guild '35-'36; Varsity Tennis 
Singles '36; Letter Club '36. 



Rosemary Horxe 

"Hosie" 

Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Refreshing, II amorous 

Altar Guild '35; French Club '36; Political Science Club '36 
Typist for Bulletin '36; Mil. 



Jaxe Capus Ivey 

Concord, X. C. 

Jesting, Calm. Interesting 

E. A. P. '35-'36, President '36; Deutsche]- Verein '35-' 
Political Science Club '36; Sigma. 



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JAMIESON 
JOHNSON 



KAUFFMAN 
LEE 



Margaret Holmes Jamieson 

"Jamieson" 

Oxford, X. C. 

MaffnetiCj Helpful, Joyful 

Dramatic Club '3o-'36. President '36; Marshal '35; Political 
Science Club '36; French Club '36; Spanish Club '36: Grand. 
daughter's Club '36; E. A. P. '3.V36; Social Committee '35- 
Altar Guild '35-'36; May Court ':!.">; May Queen '36; Sigma. 



Shirley Kauffmax 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Smiling, Kind 

Deutsche!' Verein '35-'36; Sigma 



Hazel Havward Johnson" 

Louisburg, N. C. 
Humorous, Happy, Jovial 



Choir '36; Deutsche Verein 
'36; Sigma. 



36; Glee Club '36; Altar Guild 



Virginia Griffith Lei: 

Asheville, X. C. 

Valuable, Generous, Ladylike 

French Club '36: Altar Guild '35-'36: Volley Ball Varsity 
'35; Hockey Varsity '36; Granddaughter's Club '36; Letter 
Club '36; Sigma. 



22 



LESTER 
LONG 



McCOLL 
MclNTYRE 




Margaret Yan'cet Lester 
Raleigh, X. C. 
Maui en! ii. Youthful, Likeable 
French Club '36; Granddaughter's Club '36; Sigma. 



Mary Deborah McColl 

Bennettsville, S. C. 

Merry, Dependable, Modest 

French Club '36; Deutsche? Verein '35-"36; Political Science 
Club '36; Altar Guild '35-'36; Mu Hoc-key "Varsity '35; Mu 
Basketball Varsity '35; Mu Volley Ball Varsity '35; Mu. 



Margaret Ridley- Long 

Roanoke Rapids, X. C. 

Moody, Rebellious, Loyal 

Dramatic Club '35-'36; Deutsche!' Verein '35-'36; Secretary 
Dramatic Club '36; Business Manager Stack Coach "i6; Sigma 
Lambda '36; Granddaughter's Club '36; Mu. 



Joax Cameron McIxtyre 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Jovial, Clamorous, Mirthful 
Deutscher Verein '35-'36; Spanish Club '36; Sigma. 



23 




REDFERN 
RICHARDSON 



RICKS 
ROBERTS 



Elisabeth Redferx 

"Betty" 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Enthusiastic , Rollicking 

E. A. P. '36; French Club '36; Deutscher Yen-in '35-'S6; 
Sigma. 



Margaret Montgomery Ricks 

Hanes, X. C. 

Merry, Matter-of-fact, Reasonable 

French Club '36; Spanish Club '36; Political Science Club 
:itj (llee f.'lul. -Mi; Mil. 



Mary Richardson* 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Mimical, Refreshing 

Deutscher Verein '35; Spanish Club '3.~.-'36; Sigma; Class 
Poet '36. 



Frances Xixon* Roberts 
New Bern, X. C. 

Frank, Nonchalant, Rath 

President Sigma's '36; Altar Guild '35-'36; French Club 
'36; Sigma Lambda '35-'36; Political Science Club '36; Glee 
Club '36; Honor Council '36; Granddaughter's Club '36; Basket- 
ball Varsity '36; Letter Club '36. 



24 



ROWLAND 
SEEMAN 



SMITH 
TUCKER 




Mary Latham Rowland 

Washington, X. C. 

Moody, Languid, Resolute 

Altar Guild '36; Granddaughter's Club '36: French Club '36; 
Political Science Club '36; Glee Club '36; Sigma. 



Alice Woolcott Smith 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Amiable, Willing, Sweet 
Deutsche!- Verein '3">; Spanish Club '36; Sigma. 



Nancy Ri:nn Seeman 

Durham, X. C. 

Natural, Reserved, Studious 



E. A. P. '35-'36; Political S. 
Sigma; May Court '36. 



ence Club '36; Altar Guild '36; 



Maria Washington" Tucker 

Raleigh, X. C. 
Modest, Wistful, Thoughtful 

Vice President Senior Class '36; President. French Club '36; 
Vice President E. A. P. '36; President Letter Club '36; Altar 
Guild '36; Choir '36; Deutsche? Verein '3.V36; Granddaughter's 
Club '36; Hockey Honorary Varsity '35-'3G; Bulletin Stall' '34; 
II u. 



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WEBB 
WEEKS 



WESCOTT 
WHITAKER 



Gertrude Winston Webb 

"Gertie" 

Durham. X. C. 

Generous, Winning, Willing 

Political Science Club '36: Altar Guild '3.V36; Granddaughter's 
Club '36, President '36; Mu. 



E.milt Bksburv Haywood Wescott 
Port Washington, L. I., X. Y. 
Efficient. Bright. Happy, Worthy 

Sigma Lambda '36: Honor Council '35; Altar Guild '36; 
Political Science Club '36; Social Committee '36; Granddaughter's 

t'lulj '30; May Court ':t4-'3:>; Sigma. 



Suzanne Jane Weeks 

"Sue" 
Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Saucy. Jaunty. Wilful 

Vice President Sigma's '36; Sigma Lambda '35-'36; Political 
Science Club '36; Sigma Hockey Varsity, Sigma Basketball 
Varsity '35; Honor Council '35; Sigma ; Letter Club '36. 



Anne Boyd Whitaker 

Enfield. X. C. 

Appealing. Buoyant. Winsome 

Altar Guild '36; Spanish Club '36; Political Scienc 
Sigma. 



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K WILLIAMS 
L. WILLIAMS 



R WILLIAMS 
WINSLOW 




Katherine Pexder Williams 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Keen, Poised, Witty 

Student P;iy Day Collector 



Senior Dance Committee "36; Da 
'36; Little Stole Official '36; Mu. 



Rebecca Davis Williams 

"Becky" 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Roguish, Darling. Winning 

Granddaughter's Club '36; French '36; Sigma; May Court '36. 



Lillian Kilby Williams 

"Lil" 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Loquacious, Kind, Wheedling 

al Science Club '36; Mu. 



Adelaide Paris M'inslow 

Rocky Mount, X. C. 

Affable, Pensive, Wise 

Editor Stage Coach '36, Staff '35-'36; Bulletin Staff '35-'3G; 
Honor Council '35; Secretary Student Body '35; Dramatic Club 
'34-'35-'36, President '35; Glee Club '34;' Altar Guild '35'36; 
Choir '34-'35-'36; Sigma Lambda '34-'35-'3fi, Vice President 
'35; French Club '36; Granddaughter's Club '36; Chairman 
Social Committee '36; Sigma; Vice President Young People's 
Service League '35; School Monogram '35; Pan-Archon Council 
35. 



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YELVERTON 

ALLEN 



BROWN 
COX 



Jaxe Hai.i. Yelverton 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Jovial. Happy, Youthful 

Day Student Council '35; Deutsche* Verein 
Club "36; Political Science Club '36; Mu. 



Sara Harris Brown 

(Special Senior) 

Garysburg, X. C. 

Sentimental, Happy, Beautiful 



Margaret MacRae Allen 

(Special Senior) 

Atlanta, Cm. 

Mirthful. Mischievous, Active 



Gf.raldine Hallon Cox 

(Special Senior) 

Robersonville, X. C. 

Generous, Humorous, Cheerful 

Altar Guild '35-'36 ; Deutscher Verein '35-'36 ; 
Club '36; Hockey Varsity '36; Letter Club '36; Sigma. 



Letter Club '35'36; Volley Ball A"; 
Political Science Club 'Ho' ; Mil 



sity '35; May Court '3.V36; 



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A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 36 

While searching to refresh my mind as to the happenings of the past two years, my eye falls on a diary 
lying on the desk— anonymous, it seems— and on the first page inscribed: "Left to Posterity for Future Refer- 
ence — by a Senior." Just the thing to tell me what has happened these two years. Let me read you a few 
of the most interesting and typical pages. 

She begins: "September II, 1934.. At Saint Mary's today. I didn't cry when Mother left. Waited around all 
afternoon to get my schedule. Didn't see a single person I knew. 

"September 12. Felt a little homesick today. Didn't sleep much last night on account of mosquitos. No screens 
in the windows— it seems they're being painted. Went to assembly, chapel, and classes today. Met lots of new 
girls. 

"September 15. Old-Girl-New-Girl Party tonight. Everybody milling around and not remembering any- 
body's name. Good food." 

And thus the routine started; still there were the high spots. I Hip the pages of the diary, and my eyes 
fall on certain days that were outstanding — days that the writer will always remember. 

Let us ski}) to December 8. "Senior dance tonight. Of course it was for the Seniors only, but a hunch of 
us sat on the Fire Escape and nearly froze listening to Poyner's music, and wishing we were in there dancing. 

"December Hi. So excited about going home for the holidays. Only three more days, with the Christmas 
dinner the night before we leave — they say it's going to be wonderful — and a pageant given by the Seniors in 
the Chapel to take up a little time. We're planning to stay up all night the night before we leave and play 'Santa 
ClausV 1 

Perhaps it would lie better not to mention the holidays, since every one of us has her own version of that. 
Hut let us return to January 3, about which day our Senior remarks: 

"Got back to school and found that I bad left my closet key at home. Hated to come back, but maybe I can 
get some sleep now. 

"January 22. Exams started today, and they were awful. We sat up 'till one-thirty last night studying in 
the closet. Nearly suffocated. 

"March 2. Junior-Senior tonight. It was wonderful — I've never had more fun. They played "Stardust" for 
the Junior no-break. Thank Goodness the family came across with some Mowers. 

"March 14. Home for Spring Holidays!'' 
(That speaks volumes!) 

"May II. May-day was held oui on the lawn today and it was beautiful, and on the whole a big success. 

"May 28. Home at last! Graduation was lots of fun in one way, but I hate to think of next year with- 
out some of the Seniors, but then I suppose it is our job to take their places." 

Home — Beach — House parties — Dances — All one glorious summer. Then September, and a second year at 
Saint Mary's begins. To go back to our diary, on September 17, I read: 

"Pack to school a day early. Refurnished my room with all the good furniture that I could find. Mel 
millions of new girls and jabbered with fond parents. 'Referred' thirteen new girls to the "little store.' 

"September 21. Peddled books all over school today. Had excellent 'bull session' tonight. Rehearsed all 
we did during the summer. Senior privileges are wonderful! 

"November 15. Excitement over Duke-Carolina game — practically everybody in school has put up a bet 
on one side or the other. Well, we shall see tomorrow." 
(We won't get started on that!) 

"December 7. Senior dance tonight. T thought the Junior-Senior dance was wonderful, but it couldn't 
compare to this one. 

"December 19. Home for Christmas holidays. Up at two-thirty this morning. Caroled, and had floating 
breakfast. Everybody left as early as possible to get a good start for the holidays!" 
(Our Senior says nothing of exams. 1 suppose she was too busy to write.) 

"March 17. Back from Spring Holidays. We're on the last lap now. We made a new calendar of the days 
till June 2, but we aren't so enthusiastic about calendars now as we were last year. 

"March 20. Spring is here at last, and personally I think we deserve a great amount of it after the winter 
we've had. 

"April 17. Junior-Senior dance tonight. I can't realize it's our last dance here, but it was a fitting climax. 

"May 31. Baccalaureate Sermon. Assumed all the dignity in my cap and gown that I've been trying since 
September to acquire.'" 

Thus ends our anonymous diary; as for the place of today, June 1. in the history of the Senior Class, 
I suppose you will have to draw your own conclusions! 



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30 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF 36 

On this, the first day of June 1936, we, the Senior Class of Saint Mary's School, do hereby 
solemnly will and bequeath the following articles : 

Art. 1. Mary Barrow wills her pull with the faculty to Hunt Hardinge. 

Art. -. Jane Yclverton and Margaret Coleman will to Rosemary White their knack for sav- 
ing nice things. 

Art. 3. Betty Redfern and Mary Richardson will their friendship to Tatie Gossett and 
Frances Smith. 

Art. 4. Mary Green bequeaths to Mary Carter Whitehurst her ability to shine on each and 
every occasion. 

Art. 5. Jane Ivey wilts Mr. Moore's interest in her to that blushing damsel, Lucile Aycock. 

Art. 6. Barbara (Baby-Duck) Harris wills her interest in the men to Lydia Pollock with the sug- 
gestion that she try those fascinating eyelashes. 

Art. 7. Miss Tash bequests to Betty Farrar her position in the Tucker household. 

Art. 8. Gertie Webb leaves all the answers to Jessie Skinner. P.S. "To him that hath shall be 
given. 

Art. 9. Sarah Brown bequeaths State College to Clara Bond Anderson. 

Art. 10. Georgie Dando bequeaths to Janet Lawrence the position of being the last of a long family 
line. 

Art. 11. Rosemary Home leaves Mr. Kloman to the Junior Bible Class. 

Art. 12. Ann Scoggin wills to the next Student Body President her ability to overawe the 
little girls. 

Art. 13. Edna Hewitt leaves to Vida Barnwell her ability to disturb the Library. 

Art. It. Geraldine Cox bequeaths her ability to take life easy to Miss Davis with hopes that it 
will alleviate her over-worked condition. 

Art. 15. Emily Wescott leaves her scat in Brantley's to Dotty Sparkes. 

Art. 16. Jo Gribbin leaves her letters to Mary Wood Winslow with the suggestion that next 
year she rent three boxes instead of the present two. 

Art. 17. Maria Tucker leaves her quiet way to Sally board MacNider. 

Art. 18. Margaret Long leaves her neat hair to Margaret Caperton. 

Art. 19. The Senior Class leaves its love for the school to the Junior Class to carry on tin old 
traditions of fun and friendship, love and loyalty. 

Polly Easley, 
RiTii Long, 

Lawyers. 



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JUNIORS 



Olive Echols Criikshaxk 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Presidi nl 

Jean Jehvey Quixtard 

New Bern, X. C. 
Vice President 



Betty Farrar 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Day st>i<Irnt rice President 

M ARtiCKRITE MATHEWEON 

Bristol, R, I. 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Clara Bond Andersox 
Burlington, X. C. 

.Irr.TA Wood Andrlws 
Knoxville, Tenn. 



Lucile Best Aycock 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Isa belle Bragg Badges 
La Grange, Ga. 



Clarice Pleasaxts Bailey 
Wilmington, X". C. 

Julia Barbara Barxks 
Lillington, X. C. 




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JUNIORS 



Lucile Bartholomew 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Emily Elizabeth Battle 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Janet Barbara Beak 
Wilmington, X. C. 

Margaret Bhidgers Bellamy 
Wilmington, X. C. 



Katherine Davis Bernhardt 
Salisbury, X. C. 

I, Ida Duke Blue 
Aberdeen, X. C. 



Virginia Ragsdale Bower 
Lexington, X. C. 

Frances Marion Brewer 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Anne Tremont Birr 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Edna Hines Byxum 
Raleigh, X. C. 



3+ 



JUNIORS 



Eleanor Elizabeth Cherry 
Scotland Neck, X. C. 



Mary Lee Cowi»er 
Raleigh. X. C. 



Sara McCarten Chaii 
Monroe, X. C. 

Ruth Daniel 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Rebecca Pagan Davis 
Dunn, X. C. 

Nancy Bur well Ellis 
Warrenton, X T . C. 



Constance Oakman Fagas 
Garden City, I,. [., X. Y. 

Frances Ardelia Fahkior 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Effte Louise Flan nag an 
Henderson, N. C. 

K A T 1 1 R V N 11 11 IGGS FlE M I NG 

Wilson, X. C. 




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JUNIORS 



Laura Eleaxor Foreman 
Elizabeth City, X. C. 



Mary Leigh Gaither 
Elizabeth City, X. C. 



Mary Elizabeth Graham 
Black Mountain. X. C. 

Agnes Thorxe Gregory 
Halifax, X. C. 



Katherixe Withers Hancock 
Howardsville, Ya. 

Mary Hcxt Hardixge 
Baltimore, Md. 



Virginia Esther Heatox 
Avondale Estates, Ga. 

Sallie Bailey Heyward 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Xolie Keel Highsmith 
Kobcrsonville, X. C. 

Mary Taylor Hixxaxt 
Beaufort, X. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Lela Charlotte Hoi.max 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Mary Frances Hunter 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Hawaii Oliver Hl'ske 
Fayetteville, X. C. 

Eleanor Pendleton Jackson 
Charlotte, X. C. 



Mildred Dorsett Jennings 
Thomasville, X. C. 

Nancy Garrett Jernigan 
Alioskie, X. C. 



Georgia Williams Kirksey 
Fayetteville, X. C. 

Ann Turner Knight 
Chapel Hill, X. C. 



Janet Lawrence 
Chapel Hill, X. C. 

Florence Gunning Li-tli 

Weirsdale, Fla. 




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JUNIORS 



Louise Niemeyer Martin 
Norfolk, Va. 

Ll'CRETIA MaRTIX 

Norfolk, Va. 



Forrest Newton Mosby 
Waynesboro, Va. 



Myrtle Motsinger 
Winston-Salem, N". C. 



Betsy Myatt 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Helen Alline McBride 
Charlotte, X. C. 



Janet Elizabeth McCoxxell 
Fayetteville, X. C. 

Minnie Grace Olive 
Kaleigh, X. C. 



Helen Frances Page 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Alma Sottherland Parham 
Henderson, X. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Mildred Pittenger 
Enka, X. C. 

Sarah Sterling Price 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Mary Shaw Rosser 
Sanford, N. C. 

Betty Scott 
Graham, X. C. 



Jessie Pailin Skixxkr 
Elizabeth City, X. C. 

Lor isa Lock hart Sloan 

Wadesboro, X. C. 



Lillian Grani>y Small 
Kli/.aheth City, X. C. 



Julia Bishop Smallwood 
New Bern, X. C. 



Frances Robertson Smith 
Greenville, S. C. 

Claudine Snyder 
Rocky Mount, X. C. 




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JUNIORS 



Connie Lee Thigpen 
Rocky Mount, X. C. 

Anneal Triplette 
Lenoir, X. C. 



Mary Beverly Vann 
Franklinton, X. C. 



Louise Walker 
Ahoskie. X. C. 



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Bluefield, 


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Decatur, 


Ga. 





Katiierixe Ann Whalixg 
Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Mary Carter Whitehurst 
New Bern, X. C. 



Katherixe Pretlow Williams 
Warrenton, X. C. 

Marv Wood Win slow 
Rocky Mount, X. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Elizabeth Winston 
Goldsboro, X. C. 

Elsa Smedes Winters 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Helen Rose Wittf.n 
Oxford, X. C. 

Virginia Etheridge Worth 
Elizabeth City, X. C. 



Elizabeth Farrow Young 
Richmond, Va. 




Junior not photographed 

Terrell Everett 
Rockingham, X. C. 



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BUSINESS CLASS 



Elizabeth See 
President 

Atlanta. Ga. 

Josephine Gibson Person 
Vice President 
Ashland, Ky. 



Kitty Caisox 
Clinton. X. C. 

Mary Lilly Cromartu: 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Martha Elizabeth Daniels 
Goldsboro, X. C. 

Anne Elizabeth Dickehson 
Richmond, Va. 



Dorothy Hii.leoass Finch 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Emma Manolia Garlinuton 
Raleigh. X. C. 



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BUSINESS CLASS 



Mary Webb Griggs 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Grace Lucille Jones 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Bi.ms Bennett Moore 
Raleigh, X. C 

Catherine Ui'shman (VBryan 
Beaufort, X. C. 



Sara Lyima Pollock 
Kinston, X. C. 

Nancy Page Rogers 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Blanche Weeks Smithson 
Norfolk, Va. 

Rosemary White 
Wilmington, X. C. 




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SOPHOMORES 



EUNICE KING 
President 

Raleigh, N. ('. 

MARY FRANCES BARNHARDT 
Tiee President 
Concord, N. C 

MARY JANE YEATMA.X 

.v. e, etary '-Treasurer 

Columbia, Tenn. 

MARY BAKER 
Greensboro, N. C. 

PHOEBE ELIZABETH BASHORE 
Schuylkill Haven, Penn. 

ELSA MARGARETA BLU5IE 
Stamford, Conn. 

MARGARET ELIZABETH BURGWYN 
Woodland, X. C. 

MARGARET TUCKER UAPERTOX 
Charleston, W. Va. 

CAROLINE COOPER 
Oxford, X. C. 

ANNE ELIZABETH COX 
Raleigh, N. C. 

DOROTHY' FLORENCE FULTON 

Highland Park, Mifh. 

JANE GILMER GARRETT 
Greenville, N. C. 

SARAH DAVENPORT GOSSETT 

Greenville, S. C. 

MARY LOUISE HALL 
Raleigh, N. C. 

EMILY ELAIXE HASELL 
Raleigh, N. C. 

BETSY' BRYAN HOBBY 
Raleigh, N. 0. 

BETTY CHESHIRE JOHNSTON' 
Tarboro, N. C. 

MARY AXXE WATSON KOOXCE 
Raleigh, N. C. 

elotse Mckenzie 

Marion, S. C. 

XANCY MONTGOMERY OSBORNE 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

LEONE HINES PARROTT 
Kinston, N. C. 

LOUISE HOWERTOX PARTRICK 
Raleigh, X. C. 

MARTHA TURNER PATTOX 
Swannanoa, N. C. 

JANE SHIELDS 
Kinston, N. C. 

VIRGINIA LOUISE SMITH 
Winnetka, 111. 

MARY LEROY STANTON 
McCoIl, S. C. 

ROBERTA THORBURN STOCKTON" 
Princeton, X. J. 

WINIFRED MARSHALL YASS 
Raleigh, N. C. 

PRANCES LANCASTER WATKINS 
Darien, Conn. 

MARGARET HAMMOND WELLS 
Charleston, S. C. 




MARGARET STEDMAN DAVIS 
Wilmington, N. C. 



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Sophomores not photographed 

MABEL HUMPHREY" 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



ROSEMARY RAMSEUR SCHENCK 
Raleigh, N. C. 








FRESHMEN 

Marguerite LeChon Thompson 

President 

Norfolk, Va. 

Mary Marsh Olsen 
Vire President 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Veda Chisiiolm Barnwell 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Hilda Cameron 
Wilmington, X. C. 

Anmk Webb Cheshire 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Frances Martha Davis 
Winnsboro, X. C. 

Frances Fish 
Ridgewood, X. J. 

Harriet Ann Hall 
Greensboro, X. C. 

A X X ETTE LeMaSTER 

GatTney, S. C. 

Anne Louise Lvtle 
Weirsdale, Fla, 

Mary Anxe Somervell 
Ocala, Fla. 

Dorothy Randolph Sparkes 
Wilmington, X. ('. 

Nancy Taylor 
Harrellsville, X. C. 

Mary Trant 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



PREPS 

Sally Foard MacXider 

President 

Chapel Hill, X. C. 

Eleanor West Dockers 
Rockingham, X. C. 

Rose Weaver 

Selma, Ala. 

Mary Elizabeth Woods 
Kent, Conn. 

Preps not photographed 

Edna Davis Barnes 
Wilson, X. C. 

Sarah Manning Sutton 
Raleigh, X. C. 



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AM TIES 





ADELAIDE WINSLOW 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



MARGARET LONG 

BUSI N £ SS MANAGER 



STACE COACH STAFF 




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OLIVE CRUIKSHANK POLLY EASLEV MARY BARROW 






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ANN WHALING GEORCINA DANDO LUCRETI A MARTIN 




E. A. P, LITERARY SOCIETY 



Jane Ivev, Presidi nl 
Mahia Tucker, Vice President Lucbetia Mahtix. Secretat 

Miss Eglestox, Adviser 



II 



Frances Bailey 

Mary Frances Barnhardt 

Olive C'rniksliank 

Polly Easley 

Fjffie Flannagan 

Emily Hasell 



Virginia Hcaton 
.lane tvey 
Margaret Jamieson 
Janet Lawrence 
Ruth Long 
Lucretia Martin 



Betty Redfern 
Nancy Seernan 
Julia Smallwood 
Roberta Stockton 
Maria Tucker 
Tempy Woods 



4H 




SIGMA LAMBDA 



Josephixe Gribbix, President 
Mary Jane YeatmAx, Vice President Dorothy Sparkes, Secretary 

Mr. Moore, Adviser 



Julia Andrews 
Mary Barrow 
Margaret Caperton 
Georgina Dando 
Eleanor Jackson 



Eunice King 
Margaret Long 
Jervey Quintard 
Frances Roberts 
Ann Scoggin 
Dorothy Sparkes 



Suzanne Weeks 
Emily Wescott 
Ann Whaling 
Adelaide Winslow 
Mary Jane Yeatinan 



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ALTAR GUILD 



Elizabeth See. 
Sarah Hall, Vice President 
Axx Scoggix, Chairman of Flower Committee 
Adelaide \Vixslow, Chairman of Linen Committee 



President 
Frances Bailey, Chairman of Brass Committee 
Frances Roberts, Chairman of Book Committee 
Louise Bryan, Chairman of Silver Committee 



Mr. H. F. Klomax, Miss Elizabeth Bason, Miss Louise 
EglestoNj Faculty Advisers 



Frances Bailey 
Mary Frances Barnhardt 
Mary Barrow- 
Louise Bryan 
Margaret Caperton 
Geraldine Cox 
Georgina Dando 
Polly Easley 
Mary Green 
Josephine Gribbin 



.MEMBERS 

Sarah Hall 
Eleanor Jackson 
Margaret Jamicson 
Hazel Johnson 
Virginia Lee 
Florence Lytle 
Helen McBride 
Mary McColl 
Joe Person 
Margaret Ricks 
Frances Roberts 



Mar3 r Latham Rowland 
Elizabeth See 
Nancy Seeraan 
Ann Scoggin 
Maria Tucker 
Gertrude Webb 
Pela Hundley 
Emily AVescott 
Anne Boyd AVhitaker 
Adelaide Winslow 



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CHOIR 



Louise Bryan, Cntcifer 

Mary Frances Barnhardt, Margaret Caperton 
Choir Librarians 



Isabelle Badger 

Frances Bailey 

Mary Frances Barnhardt 

Vida Barnwell 

Lucile Bartholomew 

Elsa Blume 

Margaret Caperton 

Frances Fish 

Effie Flannagan 



Sarah Hal] 
Edna Hewitt 
Xolie Keel Highsmith 
Eleanor Jackson 
Hazel Johnson 
Betty Johnston 
Anne Lytle 
Florence Lytle 



Eloise McKenzie 
Sally McXider 
Alma Parham 
Mary Shaw Rosser 
Betty Scott 
Elizabeth Tucker 
Maria Tucker 
Adelaide Winslow 
Mary Elizabeth Woods 



51. 







DEUTSCHER VEREIN 



Betty Redfern - , President 

Fi.orej.-ce I.ytee, Klsa Bi.ume, Secretaries Georoiita Daxdo Treasurer 



Frances Bailey 
Emily Battle 
Elsa Blume 
Eloise Broughton 
Eleanor Cherry 
Alice Cheshire 
Geraldine Cox 
Georgina Dando 
Polly Easley 
Martha Ann Farmer 
Betty Farrar 



Frances Farrior 
Kathryn Fleming 
Barbara Harris 
Charlotte Holman 
Mary Frances Hunter 
Jane Ivey 
Hazel Johnson 
Shirley Kaufman 
Georgia Kirksey 
Margaret Long 
Florence Lytic 



Louise Martin 
Lucretia Martin 
Helen McBride 
.Mary McColl 
Sarah Price 
Betty Itedfern 
Jessie Skinner 
Connie Lee Thigpen 
Anneal Triplette 
Helen Rose Witten 
Jane Yelverton 



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FRENCH CLUB 



Maria Tucker, President 
Betty Rki>fern, Vice President Sarah Hall, Secretary-Treasurer 



Julia Andrews 
Mary Barrow 
Margaret Bellamy 
Elsa Blume 
Louise Bryan 
Margaret Coleman 
Caroline Cooper 
Mary Lee Cowper 
Olive Cruikshank 
Polly Easley 
Nancy Ellis 
Constance Fagan 
Martha Ann Farmer 
Erne Flannagan 



Hunt Hardinge 
Emily Hasell 
Edna Hewitt 
Kosemary Home 
Bo-Peep Hundley 
Hannah Huske 
Eleanor Jackson 
Mildred Jennings 
Nancy Jernigan 
Janet Lawrence 
Virginia Lee 
Kuth Long 
Helen McBride 
Mary McCoIl 



Janet McConnell 
Leone Parrott 
Louise Partrick 
Jervey Quintard 
Margaret Ricks 
Jessie Skinner 
Lillian Small 
Louise Walker 
Katherine Williams 
Adelaide Winslow 
Mary Wood Winslow 
Elsa Winters 
Helen Rose Witten 
Jane Yelverton 



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POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB 



Julia Andrews 
Frances Bailey 
Mary Barrow 
Emily Battle 
Janet Bear 
Duke Blue 
Elsa Blume 
Virginia Bower 
Eloise Broughton 
Louise Bryan 
Georgie Dando 
Martha Daniels 



Constance Fagan 
Katiiryn Fleming 
Mary Green 
Josephine Gribbin 
Edna Hewitt 
Rosemary Home 
Bo-Peep Hundley 
Jane Ivey 
Margaret Jamieson 
Mildred Jennings 
Nancy Jernigan 
Ann Turner Knight 
Mary McColl 



Margaret Ricks 

Frances Roberts 

Ann Scoggin 

Elizabeth See 

Nancy Seeman 

Jessie Skinner 

Lillian Small 

Gertrude "Webb 

Sue Weeks 

Anne Boyd Whitaker 

Katherine Pretlow Williams 

Elizabeth Young 



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DRAMATIC CLUB 



Miss Florence C. Davis. Director 



Margaret Jamiesox, President 



Roberta Stockton. Business Manager 



Margaret Long, Secretary 



Julia Andrews 
Clarice Bailey 
Frances Bailey 
Vida Barnwell 
Phoebe Bashore 
Katherine Bernhardt 
Virginia Bower 
Eloise Broughton 
Kitty Caison 
Eleanor Cherry 
Caroline Cooper 
Geraldine Cox 
Sara Craig 

Mary Lilly Cromartie 
Rebecca Davis 
Eleanor Dockery 
Polly Easley 
Constance Fagan 



Frances Farrior 
Frances Fish 
Effie Flannagan 
Eleanor Foreman 
Mary Green 
Harriet Hall 
Hunt Hardinge 
Edna Hewitt 
Xolie Highsmith 
Mable Humphrey 
Hannah Huske 
Eleanor Jackson 
Margaret Jamieson 
Betty Johnston 
Margaret Long 
Ruth Long 
Sally MacXider 
Louise Martin 
Marguerite Muthewson 



I Ielen McBride 

Nancy Osborne 

Leone Parrott 

Sarah Price 

Mary Shaw Rosser 

Dorothy Sparkes 

Mary LeRoy Stanton 

Roberta Stockton 

Nancy Taylor 

Mary Trant 

Anneal Triplette 

Frances Watkins 

Mary Carter Whitehurst 

Adelaide Winslow 

Elsa Winters 

Helen Rose Witten 

Mary Elizabeth Woods 

Elizabeth Young 



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GLEE CLUB 

Mb. Jones, Director 

The Glee Club's presentation of Gilbert and Sullivan's light opera "H. M. S. Pinafore" was one 
of the high lights of the year. With the entire Glee Club taking part, the production was quite a 
success. 

Cast of "H. M. S. Pinafore" 

Sir Joseph Porter Frances Fish 

Captain Corcoran Virginia Worth 

Ralph Rackstraw Rcth Long 

Dick Deadeye Mary Barbow 

Boatswain Florence Lytle 

Josephine Hazel Johnson 

Hebe Vida Barnwell 

Little Buttercup Effie Flannagan 

Sir Joseph's sisters, cousins, aunts — Duke Blue, Kitty Bernhardt, Olive Cruikshank, Georgie Dando, Sarah Hall, 

Eleanor Jackson, Betty Johnston, Louise Martin, Myrtle Motsinger, Eloise McKenzie, Nancy Osborne, Mary 

Shaw Rosser, Ann Scoggin, and Maria Tucker. 
Sailors — Isabelle Badger, Elsa Blume, Margaret Burgwyn. Nolle Keel Highsmith, Ann Lytle, Margaret Ricks, 

Mary Latham Rowland, Frances Roberts, Betty Scott, Mary LeRoy Stanton, Roberta Stockton, Frances 

Washington. Rosemary White, and Mary Elizabeth Woods. 



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. V? V- •; ' x ',..'*:'' 







GRANDDAUGHTER'S CLUB 



Gertrude Webb, President 



Isabelle Badger 
Mary Baker 
Edna Davis Barnes 
Emily Battle 
Mary Frances Barnhardt 
Kitty Bernhardt 
Virginia Bower 
Margaret Caperton 
Caroline Cooper 
Sara Craig 
Olive Cruikshank 
Frances Davis 
Constance Fagan 
Martha Ann Farmer 
Eleanor Foreman 
Letty Gaither 



Barbara Harris 
Mary Taylor Hinnant 
Bo-Peep Hundley 
Hannah Huske 
Margaret Jamieson 
Nancy Jernigan 
Betty Johnston 
Georgia Kirksey 
Virginia Lee 
Margaret Lester 
Margaret Long 
Ruth Long 
Louise Martin 
Helen McBride 
Mary Olsen 
Leone Parrott 
Patty Patton 



Jo Person 
Mildred Pittenger 
Lydia Pollock 
Mary Latham Rowland 
Ann Scoggin 
Lillian Small 
LeCron Thompson 
Maria Tucker 
Gertrude Webb 
Emily Wescott 
Rebecca Williams 
Adelaide Winslow 
M a r y W o o d W i n s 1 o w 
Elsa Winters 
Beverly Vann 
Winifred Voss 



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SIGMA 



Fhancks Roberts. President 



Suzan-n-e Weeks, Vice President 



Margaret Allen 

Lucile Aycock 
Clarice Bailey 
Mary Frances Barnhardt 
Vida Barnwell 
Lucile Batholomew 
Phoebe Bashore 
Emily Battle 
Margaret Bellamy 
Katherine Bernhardt 
Elsa Blume 
Virginia Bower 
Marion Brewer 
Ann Burr 
F.dna Bynum 
Milda Cameron 
Eleanor Cherry 
Margaret Coleman 
Mary Lee Cowper 
Geraldine Cox 
Georgina Dando 
Ruth Daniel 
Martha Daniels 
Rebecca Davis 
Polly Easley 
Constance Fagan 
Kathryn Fleming 
Jane Garrett 
Sara Gossett 



Mary Green 
Jo Gribbin 
Mary Louise Hall 
Katherine Hancock 
Hunt Hardinge 
Virginia Heaton 
Sallie Bailey Heyuard 
Mary Taylor Hinnant 
Betsy Hobby 
Jane Ivey 
Nancy Jernigan 
Hazel Johnson 
Shirley Kauffman 
Ann Turner Knight 
Janet Lawrence 
Virginia Lee 
Margaret Lester 
Ruth Long 
Lucretia Martin 
Peggy Mathewson 
Forrest Mosby 
Myrtle Motsinger 
Betsy Myatt 
Helen McBride 
Joan Mclntyre 
Eloise McKenzie 
Mary Olsen 
Leone Parrott 
Sara Price 
Betty Redfern 



Mary Richardson 
F'rances Roberts 
Xancy Rogers 
Mary Shaw Rosser 
Mary Latham Rowland 
Rosemary Schenek 
Betty Scott 
Nancy Seeman 
Jessie Skinner 
Louisa Sloan 
Lillian Small 
Julia Smallwood 
Frances Smith 
Claud ine Snyder 
Dorothy Sparkes 
Sarah Sutton 
LeCron Thompson 
Anneal Triplette 
Winifred Vass 
Ruth Weeks 
Sue Weeks 
Anne Boyd Whitaker 
Rosemary White 
Mary Wood Winslow 
Adelaide Winslow 
Elsa Winters 
Virginia Worth 
Mary Jane Yeatman 
Elizabeth Young 



5S 




MU 



Louise Bryan, President 



Bo-Peep Hundley, Vice President 



Clara Bond Anderson 
.Julia Andrews 
Mary Baker 
Barbara Barnes 
Mary Barrow 
Janet Bear 
Duke Blue 
Eloi.se Broughton 
Louise Bryan 
Kitty Caison 
Margaret Caperton 
Alice Cheshire 
Annie Webb Cheshire 
Caroline Cooper 
Anne Cox 

Mary Lilly Cromartie 
Olive Cruikshank 
Peggy Davis 
Anne Dickerson 
Eleanor Dockery 
Nancy Ellis 
Terrell Everett 
Martha Ann Farmer 
Betty Farrar 
Frances Farrior 
Dorothy Finch 
Frances Fish 
Effie Flannagan 
Eleanor Foreman 
Dorothv Fulton 
Letty Gaither 
Manolia Garlington 



Agnes Gregory 
Mary Griggs 
Harriet Hall 
Sarah Hall 
Barbara Harris 
Emily Hasell 
Edna Hewitt 
Nolie Keel Highsmith 
Charlotte Holman 
Rosemary Home 
Mabel Humphrey 
Bo-Peep Hundley 
Mary Frances Hunter 
Hannah Huske 
Margaret Jamieson 
Mildred Jennings 
Betty Johnston 
Lucille Jones 
Eunice King 
Georgia Kirksey 
Mary Anne Koonce 
Annette LeM aster 
Margaret Long 
Florence Lytle 
Sally Foard MacNider 
Louise Martin 
Mary McColl 
Janet McConnell 
Minnie Grace Olive 
Nancy Osborne 
Helen Frances Page 
Alma Parham 



Louise Partrick 
Josephine Person 
Jervey Quintard 
Margaret Ricks 
Ann Scoggin 
Elizabeth See 
Frances Smith 
Virginia Smith 
Blanche Smithson 
Mary Anne Summervell 
Roberta Stockton 
Jane Shields 
Nancy Taylor 
Connie Lee Thigpen 
Mary Trant 
Maria Tucker 
Beverly Vann 
Louise Walker 
Frances Washington 
Gertrude Webb 
Margaret Wells 
Emily Wescott 
Ann Whaling 
Mary Carter Whitehurst 
Katherine P. Williams 
Katlierine P. Williams 
Lillian Williams 
Elizabeth Winston 
Helen Rose Witten 
Mary Elizabeth Woods 
Rose Weaver 
Jane Yelverton 



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LETTER CLUB 



Maria Tucker, President 



Clarice Bailey Hockey 

Mary Barrow Basketball 

Sara Browx Volley Ball 

Louise Bryan Hockey, Volley Ball, Basketball 

Alice Cheshire . ., .Hockey } Basketball 

Geraldixe Cox Hockey 

Jo Gribbin Hockey 

Hunt Hardinge Diving. Hockey 
Sallie Bailey Heywaro Hockey 

Bo-Pekp Hundley Tennis 



Virginia Lee. . 
Anne Lytle 
Florence Lytle 



Hockey 

Basketball 

Volley Ball, Hockey, Basketball 



Peggy Mathewson Hockey 

Jo Person . Swimming 

Elizabeth See Tennis 

Frances Roberts Basketball 

Roberta Stockton Hockey 

Maria Tucker Hockey 

Sue Weeks Swirnwiinff, Hockey 



Katufrine Pretlow Williams 



Swimming 



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BASKETBALL VARSITY 

Florence Lytle, Ann Lytic. Louise Bryan, Alice Cheshire, Frances Roberts, Mary Barrow. 




HOCKEY VARSITY 

Mare Tucker, Sue Weeks, Peggy Mathewson, Jo Gribbin, Alice Cheshire, Louise Bryan. 
Florence Lytle, Clarice Bailey, Hunt Hardinge, Virginia Lee, Geraldine Cox. 



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COMMENCEMENT MARSHALS 36 



Mart Taylor Hixxant 



Duke Blue 

virginia h eaton 



Louise Martin 
Ann Whaling 



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MAY COURT 

Margaret Jamieson, May Queen 
Ruth Loxc Maid of Honor 



Court 



Sara Brown 
Martha Daniels 
Fully Easley 
Martha Ann Farmer 
Betty Farrar 
Josephine Grihbin 
Virginia Heaton 
Jane Ivey 
Mildred Jennings 



Mary McColl 
Ann Scog'gin 
Nancy Seenian 
Jessie Skinner 
Louisa Sloan 
Dorothy Sparkes 
Ruth Weeks 
Emily Wescott 
Rebecca Williams 



Anne Bovd Whitaker 



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OLIVE CRUIKSHANK 

Our versatile Junior Class President can also 
distinguish herself as a basketball star, and an 
artist extraordinary Olive goes quietly on her 
way, but the results of her efforts make us all 
look up with a start 



POLLY EASLEY 

Polly's quiet grace and charm fuse into a 
dignity that is worthy of her intellect; an en- 
semble so enviable that it defies the phrases 
which should portray a vivid, memorable 
personality. 




GEORGIE DANDO 

Georgie is, regrettably, the last of the splendid 
Dando Tradition, which she has enriched im- 
measurably by her complete affability and keenly 
penetrating humor that has lightened the 
shadows of many a classroom and enlivened 
the dull hours of evening study May she never 
change 1 





MARGARET JAMIESON 

Sincere friendliness, dependability, beauty, 
and acting ability. Here's to Margaret, who 
combines all these into one. She will be long 
remembered by all Saint Mary's. 



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RUTH LONG 

Beauty and Brains 1 And with all, a charm 
and a grace that is so peculiarly hers. 



LOUISE BRYAN 

The President of the Mu's and the best-all- 
round girl in school. To Louise, good in sports, 
in grades, in cracking funny |okes, and in 
making friends, we give a hand. 




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ANN SCOGGIN 

That dignity so appropriate for Student Body 
meetings is accompanied by a foolishness made 
for "after light" sessions With the poise we all 
want, Ann never seems to wonder what to do 





ADELAIDE WINSLOW 

Adelaide's ability to take part in all activities 
and win first place on the Honor Roll and else- 
where indicates the obvious — she is tops at St 
Mary's. 



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LOUISE BRYAN 

BE*T ALL ROUND 



MARGARET JAMIE50N 

/WO*T ATTRACTfVE 



EPILOGUE 

The picture fades 

In the evening shades, 

And the figures disappear. 

But nothing can take our memories 

Of friendships and ideals form'd here. 

These will live long after 

The others fade from view, 

For nothing can take from us 

The happiness that we knew. 



WHATEVER YOU NEED FOR SERVICE OR MERCHANDISE 
SELECT FROM THIS LIST FIRST 

Arthur's Sea Food Market 

Blue Star Stores 

Boon-lseley Drug Store 

Boylan-Pearce Company, Inc. 

Brantley's Drug Store 

Briggs & Sons, Thos. H. 

Brogden Produce Company 

Brown's Market 

California Fruit Store 

Cameron Park Pharmacy 

Capital Ice & Coal Company, Inc. 

Carolina Cleaners 

Cinderella Slipper Shop 

Cranford's Beauty Salon 

De Shazo's School of Beauty Culture 

Eckerd's 

Edwards & Broughton Company 

Ellisberg's 

Fallon Company, Inc., J J. 

Farrar Coal Company, Chas. M. 

Hudson-Belk Company 

Jean's 

Lance Packing Company, Inc. 

Lewis Sporting Goods Company 

Mangel's 

Marsh Company, Inc., Geo. 

Montgomery Ward Company 

Neiman's Jewelers 

North Carolina Theatre 

Poole's Beauty Shoppe 

Porter Candy Company 

Rosenthal's 

Royal Baking Company 

Royster's 

Siddell Studio 

Saint Mary's School and Junior College 

Staudt's Bakery 

Taylor's 

Teachey-Womble, Inc. 

Thiem, James E. 

Vanity Slipper Shop 

Walgreen's 

White's Ice Cream Company 

Williams & Company, Alfred 

Wright's Dairy 

Wyatt & Sons, Job P. 

SAINT MARY'S STUDENT BODY APPRECIATES THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT 
OF THE STAGE COACH ADVERTISERS 



ARTHUR'S SEA FOOD 
MARKET 

Arthur E. Dicks, Proprietor 

CITY M A R K E T 

Phone 255 


White's Ice Cream 

"The Taste Tells" 

WE SUPPLY THE LITTLE 
STORE 


Porter Candy Co. 

IF holesale Confectioners 

Telephone 119 
313 S. Blount St. Raleigh, N. C. 


GEO. MARSH CO., Inc. 

// holesale Grocers 

310 South Harrington Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 


CAPITAL ICE & COAL 
COMPANY, Inc. 

By using our Ice and Coal your 
home will be made much more 
comfortable, as you will always 
get the highest quality products at 
reasonable prices. 

Phones 492 and 493 

Raleigh -:- North Carolina 


Say — 

"BAMBY" 

Roval Baking Co. 

B. STREB. Prop. 


SIDDELL STUDIO 

RALEIGH. N. C. 

Official Photographer for 
The Stage Coach 


Before } ou Go Home Get 1 our 

Jantzen Bathing Suit 

The Suit that lends grace and comfort 
and lasts longer 

Sold by 

Lewis Sporting Goods Co. 

112 W. Haigett St. Raleigh, N. C. 



TEACHEY-WOMBLE, Inc. 

127 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


JEWELRY HEADQUARTERS 

Watches 

Diamonds Lifetime Gifts 


Phone 2250 

Correct Styles for the Miss 
Prices Always Reasonable 


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'Ml % '» JEWKLIRS SILVERSMITHS DIAMOND tXMRTS 


Thos. H. Briggs & Sons 

Incorporated 

220 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


FLOWERS! 

Cut Flowers, Corsages, Graduation 
Bouquets. Decorations 

Phone 4070 


HARDWARE 


J. J. FALLON CO., INC. 


"The Convenient Place to Shop" 


"We Grow the Flowers We Sell" 


Alfred Williams & Co. 

RALEIGH and CHAPEL HILL 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Social Engraving 

Diplomas Certificates 


"ROYSTER'S" 

Since 1865 

207 Fayetteville Street 

RALEIGH, N. C. 


Commencement Invitations 
Books of All Publishers 


To eat stale candy is so silly, 
When fresh candy can be bought in the 
heart of the city. 


Thanks for Your Patronage 


CAROLINA CLEANERS 


Poole's Beauty Shoppe 

"Raleigh's Permanent Wave Center" 
Established 10 Years 

7. W. Hargett Street Phone 3165 
New Raleigh BIdg, 


Phone 4068 116 Harrison Ave. 

DRY CLEANING - PRESSING 
ALTERING - DYEING 

Odorless Work of the Highest Quality 
Prompt, Efficient Service 



PHONE 2077 


Phone 96 Open Dav and Night 


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Boon-lseley's Drug 


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Store 


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A Smart Shop 


"Where Friends Meet" 


for 

Stuart If omen 








Agents: 


108 Fayetteville Street 


Max Factor anil Dorlhr Gray 


RALEIGH, N. C. 


Beauty Preparations 


Job P. Wvatt & Sons 


Outstanding Values 


Company 


at 


HARDWARE and SEED 
Bulbs, Plants 


Low Prices 




and 
Garden Supplies 


Montgomery Ward 


325-327 S. Wilmington Street 


225 Fayetteville Street 


RALEIGH. N. C. 


RALEIGH, N. C. 



Visit Raleigh's Finest and 
Largest Drug Store 

PATENT MEDICINES 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

COSMETICS : SUNDRIES 

OF RALEIGH. N. C. INC 
"CREATORS OF REASONABLE ORUG PRICES" 

Soda Fountain and Luncheonette 


1 oull be proud to strut on 
the campus with these 
cool and comfort- 
aide Sandals 

from 
The Vanitv 

$1°- 9 

Vanitv Slipper Shop 

1 14 Fayetteville Street 


EVERYTHING 

For Saint Marys Girls 


CRANFORD'S 

BEAUTY SALON 

Raleigh Building and Loan Bldg. 

Mrs. T. E. Dowdy 
Oitner-Manager 

Phone 4793 Raleigh. N. C. 


CAMERON PARK 
PHARMACY 

Onlv a Block Irom 
Saint Mary's 


DE SHAZO'S SCHOOL of 
BEAUTY CULTURE 

127% Fayetteville Street 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Offers a Complete Course in 
BEAITV CULTURE 

IT rile for Information 


Students Welcome 



Donati 



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EASTERN CAROLINA'S 
FINEST CAFETERIA 



Donation 
WHOLESALE MEATS 




LANCE PACKING 
COMPANY, Inc. 



Peanut Products 
Candies 



CHARLOTTE - GREENSBORO 
NORTH CAROLINA 



BROWN'S MARKET 

300 Glenwood Ave. 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

DINING ROOM SUPPLIES 



CHAS. M. FARRAR COAL 
COMPANY 

We Supply the Fuel for Your 
Healing Plant 

PHONE 21 
Raleigh. North Carolina 



SHOES! 


MEET 

— At The - 

CALIFORNIA FRUIT 
STORE 

Lunches and Fountain Service 

//i«/ delight the most 

fastidious 


Nothing 

But 
Good Shoes — 

That 
Combine 
Comfort 

and 

Style 




ROSENTHAL'S 


School Supplies 

EVERSHARP PENCILS 

WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN 

PENS 

KODAKS and SUPPLIES 

ALBUMS 

MEMORY BOOKS 

POEMS 

LOOSE LEAF BOOKS 

STATIONERY 

SHEET MUSIC 

"Utilise nj Qunlilx" 

JAMES E. THIEM 

Phone 135 Raleigh, N. C. 


We Appreciate 

Your patronage of the pa-t 
season and sincerely trust our 
efforts to offer you the best 
in entertainment has been 
surcessiul. 

STATE 

PALACE 

CAPITOL 

Operated l/y 

NORTH CAROLINA THEATRE 



CINDERELLA 
SLIPPER SHOP 

113 Fayetteville Street 

Always the First Willi 
Newest Fashions 

The Higher Quality and 

the Very Best Value 

\^ e thank you for your kind 
patronage and trust you will 
continue visiting our shop in 
the years to come wherever 
vou may be. 



Raleigh's Smartest Shop 



126 Favetteville Street 



Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH 
APPAREL 

For ihe College Miss Who Aspires 

to the Distinction of Being 

Smartly Gowned at 

All Times. 



MANGEL'S 



DRESSES 
UNDERWEAR 

BLOUSES 
FAN-TAN HOSE 



Stores Everywhere 



Brantley's Drug Store 

The Place to Meet 
Your Friends 



Agents for 

"ELIZABETH ARDEN" 

OUR SODAS AND ICE CREAM 
ARE ALWAYS BEST 

Telephones 14 and 15 
RALEIGH. N. C. 



Saint Mary's School and Junior College 

MRS. ERNEST CRUIKSHANK, B.S.. Principal 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work. 
The Curriculum also includes four years of High School work. 

All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS IX ART. BUSINESS. EXPRESSION, 

MUSIC: Piano. Voice. Violin. Church Organ 

Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 

Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool — Horseback Riding — Golf 

ANNUAL SESSIONS — MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE 
PROVIDE THIRTY-FINE WEEKS OF CLASSROOM WORK 

\\ rite A. \^ . Tucker. Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book 



WRIGHT'S DAIRY 

The Pines 



We Furnish Your Milk 
and Cream 



Garner Road, R.F.D. Xo. 3 
RALEIGH, X. C. 



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BLUE STAR STORES 
Home Owned 



Brogden Produce 
Company 



li holesale Fruits. Produce 
Dining Room Supplies 



TAYLOR'S 

"The Show Place of the Carolinas" 

YOU CAN FIND AT THIS GOOD STORE 

MOST ANYTHING DESIRED AT 

PRICES YOU WISH 

TO PAY 



HUDSON - BELK COMPANY 

Raleigh's Largest Department Store 

Appreciates your patronage during the school 

year just ending and looks forward 

to serving you again during 

the coining year. 



Always the Newest 



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QUALITY MERCHANDISE 



B0YL4N-PEARCE, INC. 

"Raleigh's Shopping Center" 



LOOK GIRLS! 



DRUGS 

SUNDRIES 

TOILET ARTICLES 

COSMETICS 

CANDIES 

ICE CREAM 

FOUNTAIN 

LUNCHEONETTE 



There's a new place in town — and 
is il OK! Have you been in to 
give it a try? 

It's the place to meet your friends 
— and while you're waiting, there's 
an eyeful of everything, 

— and — 



YOU CAN HATCH THE PARADE OE YOUTH AT 

WALGREEN'S 



Corner Fayetteville and Hargett Streets 



Raleigh. North Carolina 



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